In spite of the fact that there is no convincing verification of my opinion, I might want to believe that Legolas was at the Battle of The Five Armies.
As we can never be certain on the grounds that it isn’t mentioned anywhere in the novel, however, I think he was there. He had a decent age for battling, right? And it was a significant fight so I think everybody needed to battle (of course not the youngsters and so, you realize what I mean) and Legolas is unquestionably not the individual that would remain behind on the battlefield. He was after all the Thanduil’s child and he most likely battled as a skipper of the elves-mythical beings.
In the movie, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, Legolas and Tauriel travel to Gundabad and find that Bolg is driving an incredible armed force of Trolls, Orcs, and Bats from the north. The following day, they come back to Dale to caution Thranduil and different armed forces. When Tauriel goes up against Thranduil, she is safeguarded by Legolas, who further sets up his autonomy by going with her to caution Thorin, Dwalin, Fili, and Kili. Legolas isolates himself from Tauriel and helps Thorin by destroying adversaries from a pinnacle. At the point when he discovers Tauriel being assaulted by Bolg, Legolas salvages her and faces Bolg in her place. After a hard-took on the conflict on a falling pinnacle, Legolas wins successfully and returns Orcrist to Thorin.
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After the fight, Legolas is indeed stood up to by his dad, who permits him to be all alone. Thranduil recommends that Legolas must fight against one of the Dunedain called Strider, and urges Legolas to gain proficiency with Strider’s genuine name all alone.
While at Gundabad, Legolas makes a reference to his mom to Tauriel. Evidently, she had passed on during an antiquated fight between the Elves and the Orcs, and then there was nothing to recall her by, given how there was no grave, and his dad never discussed the issue. Nonetheless, before Legolas left to discover Strider, Thranduil guaranteed him that his mom cherished him more than life itself.
Talking about Legolas’ arrival for The Hobbit (films), Peter Jackson has commented, “He’s Thranduil’s child, and Thranduil is one of the significant roles in The Hobbit, and in light of the fact that mythical people are undying it bodes well Legolas would be a piece of the grouping in the Woodland Realm.”
With respect to his arrival as Legolas, Orlando Bloom commented that “The Elves consistently capture everyone’s attention.”
However, Legolas was a Sindarin Elf who was a member of the Fellowship of the Ring in the Third Age. Child of the Elvenking Thranduil of Mirkwood, Legolas was Mirkwood’s sovereign, a massager, and an ace bowman. With his sharp visual perception, delicate hearing, and superb bowman ship, Legolas was significant to the Fellowship in their excursion across Middle-earth. He was notable for turning out to be companions with the midget Gimli, in spite of their contrasts.
In The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and The Battle of the Five Armies, Orlando Bloom comes back to the play the character of Legolas. Despite the fact that Legolas doesn’t show up anyplace in the novel, The Hobbit, he has a noteworthy role as the child of the Elven lord Thranduil inside their Mirkwood domain. Blossom joins Ian McKellen, Ian Holm, Andy Serkis, Christopher Lee, Cate Blanchett, Hugo Weaving and Elijah Wood from the Lord of the Rings set of three.